Caveat emptor

July 7, 2012 in Finance

Another day, another pleasant surprise from the NYT: Tara Siegal Bernard has written a nice article encouraging a degree of educated skepticism when dealing with financial advisors. It's critical to keep in mind that not everyone offering financial advice is bound by any form of fiduciary duty to his or her clients. They aren't even required to disclose their credentials -- or lack thereof. Caveat emptor, indeed!

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